Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Review : The Cowboy's Baby Blessing

The Cowboy's Baby Blessing by Deb Kastner

Genre: Contemporary, Romance, 
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Purchase link: Amazon | Kobo | BN
Pages: 224
Published June 20th 2017 by Love Inspired
The Rancher's New Family 

Rachel Perez needs a handyman to spruce up her in-home day care. So when she "wins" ex-soldier Seth Howell in a bachelor auction, she's glad he can swing a hammer. But when freewheeling Seth suddenly inherits a two-year-old and a sprawling ranch, he's got to grow up fast. Seth admires Rachel's kindness and easy way with kids, so he seeks her help in finding his footing as a father. And single mom Rachel sees how determined Seth is to do right by little Caden. Between his toddler and her teenager, they've got plenty of responsibilities. Finding time for love seems out of the question--but soon they're forging a new family...together.

Rachel works a daycare and inspection time is coming up and shes in need of a new play set for the children. Thankfully her town hosted a "bachelor" auction for a good cause where rather then auctioning for dates they get the person as a handyman. No thanks to her daughter Rachel got Seth as a helper. In comes Seth shocked to find out the death of a friend leaving him with a baby. Unsure of what to do goes to Rachel for advice. Things get more complicated the more time they spend with eachother but they both got more then a lot of their plates then to make things harder by forming a relationship.

This book is one of those guilty pleasures that I find in most harlequin romance books but I can't get enough of it. This book was pretty predictable, had a christian element going on, it was a clean romance which I can appreciate. I loved the sense of community and how others helped on another. I enjoyed seeing the characters and knowing their backstories and how they are handling the present. Even if this book was predictable it was still enjoyable enough for me to get hooked to the point I had a hard time putting it down, it was a pretty good book.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the lovely review, Jessica. I really appreciate it! <3


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